posted on Jul, 26 2009 @ 05:39 PM
And I just wanted to add something that is not necessarily true, but that seems true to me nonetheless. Let me first state that I am a man, so I have
at least a tinge of bias in this regard.
I see what is classically feminine as more of a continuum. I see that which is masculine as more of a focus. As men had a monopoly on external
power, the split offered women a sort of monopoly on subconscious, spiritual influence. Women could not even be allowed to directly think of slaying
their enemies, so they manipulated these fabrics into men to do their bidding. On the flip side, men were not allowed to dive in to their own
intuitive faculties, so they dominated women with the aim of accentuating all of the beautiful aspects of spiritual influence. The one and the other
are always intertwined.
Women have been angry at men for domination, but until they are allowed into the feminine arena, the arena of supporting influence, it can be no other
way. Men have been angry at women for manipulation, but until women are allowed active participation, it can be no other way. I guess I am just
asking people to have an open mind about how the one feeds the other, so we can move past this blame game as a society. It seems so simple to me. I
think that we should all strive to be masters, not merely try to divide us into 2 groups, one the master and the other the slave. With either in
ascendancy, there is unbridled manipulation and domination, both existing hand in hand. We are then ALL OF US slaves. We need to see the roots.